Sears pensioners hope to recoup their losses in $509M lawsuit

A court decision has given Sears Canada retirees hope they can recoup some of the millions of dollars missing from…

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Ottawa gives formal notice of back-to-work legislation in Canada Post dispute

Federal Labour Minister Patty Hajdu says the federal Liberals have given the House of Commons notice that they’re prepared to…

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Canada Post pitches ‘cooling off period’ that would shelve strike until February

Canada Post has proposed a “cooling-off period” with its largest union that would see rotating strikes put on hold through…

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Foreign caregivers want major reforms to improve conditions, streamline residency

A national coalition of advocacy groups wants major reforms to Canada’s foreign caregiver program in hopes of improving working conditions…

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Second Cup converting 2 Alberta cafés to cannabis dispensaries, will review rest of chain

The Second Cup Ltd. says it has started a strategic review of the coffee chain company despite reporting improved financial…

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CRA phone scam and food sensitivity tests: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

Miss something this week? Don’t panic. CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get…

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As lending gets tighter, Canadians face threat of credit card trap: Don Pittis

This column is part of a series we’re calling Debt Nation looking at the state of consumer debt in Canada.…

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Air Canada plane was ‘a few feet’ from ‘worst crash in aviation history,’ NTSB report says

A near-collision of airliners in San Francisco last year was a few feet from becoming the worst crash in aviation…

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Don’t delete your dealer’s number yet — legal cannabis shortage looms

Licensed cannabis producers have vaults of marijuana, stocked with thousands upon thousands of kilograms ready for Oct. 17, but industry…

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